Caution was the theme of Governor Brown's State of the State address when it came to finances and our drought.
"Water goes to the heart of what California is and what it has been over centuries," Gov.
More than 42 percent of California remains under exceptional drought after last week's storms.
Drought-stricken California used 20 percent less water in November, once again missing the 25 percent conservation mandate
2015 will be remembered as one of the driest years in California history. There are promising signs El Niño will send us in the right direction, but experts warn the drought is not over yet.
From the Sierra to Santa Clara, it’s the message of the day: the snow survey is encouraging but is still a long way from ending the drought.
California water managers said the snowpack survey results Wednesday during the winter's first manual snowpack survey were encouraging, but not where the state needs to be: 136 percent of normal.